Home Uncategorized Sting, Bono, Springsteen Amnesty US Concerts Coming to DVD At Last

Great news for music lovers: the Amnesty International concerts in the US from the late 1980s are finally coming to DVD. These were the massive shows from 1986 to 1998 that featured Sting with The Police, Bono with U2, Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band, Peter Gabriel, Radiohead, and dozens of other artists. This is actually the 25th anniversary of the beginning of the legendary tours, so Amnesty has assembled a 6 disc set. They’re also going to screen the concerts one night each in New York and Los Angeles. Shout Factory– which last spring released the Dobie Gillis collection– is sending out “The Human Rights Concerts” on November 5th.  Nothing on the 6 discs has been seen since it was recorded– no VHS, no DVD. Check it all out on http://www.humanrightsconcerts.com/

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